How to edit Alert Rule?

How to edit Alert Rule?


Step 1: Find the Alert Rule you want to edit. Look for an action button associated with the Alert Rule; it is typically represented by a pencil icon.

Step 2: Click on the action button (pencil icon) for the desired Alert Rule. A popup window will appear, providing you with options to modify the existing information for that Alert Rule.

Step 3: Within the popup, you can make changes to the Alert Rule as needed.

Note: You need to fill all the (*) marked information as they are mandatory.

Step 4: After making the necessary adjustments, review the edited information to ensure accuracy. Click on the "Submit" button within the popup to save the updated Alert Rule.

The system will display a confirmation message “Successfully updated Alert Rule” on top of the screen to verify that the changes have been successfully saved.

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